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Trouble in 'juvie'
Trouble in 'juvie'

 Karin Derkley 01 Apr 2017

Overcrowding, understaffing and a punitive culture are fuelling unrest at Victoria's youth detention centres. Victoria's troubled teens are being locked up in isolation for up to 23 hours...

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Chief Justice Marilyn Warren – an outstanding leader and role model
Chief Justice Marilyn Warren – an outstanding leader and role model

 LIV Media 31 Mar 2017

The Law Institute of Victoria today acknowledged the outstanding contribution of Supreme Court Chief Justice Marilyn Warren, following her decision...

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When conventional justice fails
When conventional justice fails

 Bebe Loff and Dr Liz Bishop 01 Mar 2017

A community-based restorative justice intervention project is aimed at survivor-victims of sexual violence. Despite the implementation of continuous reform since the 1980s..

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LIV welcomes Judicial Commission appointments
LIV welcomes Judicial Commission appointments

 LIV Media 15 Feb 2017

The Law Institute of Victoria welcomes the appointment of four highly respected Victorians to the Judicial Commission of Victoria...

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Homelessness should not be criminalised
Homelessness should not be criminalised

 LIV Media 07 Feb 2017

The Law Institute of Victoria has sent a letter to City of Melbourne councillors expressing its concern about by-law amendments that may...

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Mixed response to crackdown on youth crime
Mixed response to crackdown on youth crime

 Law Institute of Victoria 01 Feb 2017

Reforms intended to tackle a spate of youth crime have been met with a mixed response from Victoria’s youth justice sector. The reforms were announced...

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Time to reinvest in justice
Time to reinvest in justice

 Tiffany Overall 01 Feb 2017

Youth justice reforms need to be tough on the causes of crime. Since the notorious Moomba riots in 2016 there has been a negative media narrative on youth crime in Victoria...

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Justice strategy in focus
Justice strategy in focus

 Fiona McLeod SC 01 Feb 2017

The LCA will undertake a new project this year: a national justice inquiry. I am tremendously excited to lead the Law Council of Australia (LCA) in 2017...

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Justice for all
Justice for all

 Nerida Wallace 01 Dec 2016

The LIV stands for justice for all. A strong justice system takes into account community safety and fairness. All must be heard including community members that stand in judgment on juries, victims, judges and the accused...

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November LIJ flipbook
November LIJ flipbook

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Welcome to the November LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising...

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Preventive justice a focus of infrastructure plan
Preventive justice a focus of infrastructure plan

 Law Institute Journal 01 Nov 2016

Growing demand on the state’s justice system needs to be addressed via a stronger focus on preventive justice and...

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Victoria Legal Aid Means Test Review
Victoria Legal Aid Means Test Review

 LIV Submissions 03 Oct 2016

The Law Institute of Victoria (LIV) welcomes Victoria Legal Aid’s (VLA) Means Test Review (Review). The LIV appreciates being given the opportunity to respond to the Means Test Review Consultation Paper...

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Effective expert witnesses
Effective expert witnesses

 Douglas J James and James Fitzpatrick 01 Oct 2016

Practitioners should be aware of the pitfalls when instructing expert witnesses in personal injury trials and in the preparation of expert reports. The “once and for all” nature of compensatory damages means that for an injured plaintiff....

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The benefits of pro bono work
The benefits of pro bono work

 Linda Rayment 23 Aug 2016

As lawyers, we possess a set of skills that are uniquely suited to addressing social justice issues. A lawyer’s analytical, research and advocacy skills can play a huge part in the social justice and pro bono arena, and there are many...

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Means Test Review to make legal aid eligibility fairer
Means Test Review to make legal aid eligibility fairer

 LIV Media 11 Aug 2016

A review initiated by Victoria Legal Aid to make the legal aid means test fairer is calling for input from Victorians who have missed out on getting a grant for...

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